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to break off talks if the moratorium expired. the u.s. has praised his restraint. the u.s. -- u.n. secretary general said monday he was disappointed at the israeli decision. >> construction is back in operation at the settlement in the west bank. so far the building activity has remained limited but the settlers are defiant and determined to press ahead. >> we must build and worry less about what people in the world think about it. that is how we have always succeeded. >> in the west bank settlement, bulldozers have begun preparing the ground for more new homes. palestinians regard settlement construction as a major obstacle to peace. that also accused mr. netanyahu of duplicity in the way he has addressed the issue. >> the prime minister was able to enforce a moratorium. a partial moratorium. we would want it to be fall. he can and should in for such a moratorium during the direct talks. -- he can and should enforce such a moratorium during the direct talks. >> on monday, french president nicolas sarkozy called on israel to halt construction. sarkozy has invited abbas netanyah
, that much we know. anything else that you can tell us about this young man? >> we know very little about him at all. he attended an international school in switzerland, classmates say that he was a fan of the american nba basketball league. other than that we know very little. he is thought to be around 27 years old. perhaps not the most impressive person to take over the running of one of the bombers -- one of the world's most authoritarian countries. >> how are people reacting in south korea? of >> huge reaction. north korea is one of the world's most totalitarian governments. people are used to predicting its demise. here for the first time in a long time we potentially have a sense of the moment that change, a subtle shift. it might not look like a coronation, but definitely a sense that something is going on and people are very interested. >> thank you, john. joining the in the studios is john hamm, international studio analyst. there is no question that something important is happening. >> definitely. it is clear that this is the first step in anointing him as the successor. >> i asked
ever. there have also been u.s. helicopters targeting militants in pakistan. three strikes this month. also a record. the news of the increased threat from pakistan and the stepped-up drone attacks, comes as "obama's wars" shakes up from the pentagon to kabul. bob woodward describing intense white house sessions last fall, pitting president obama against his military leadership. with the war in afghanistan getting worse by the day, the president wanted a number of options on the table, before deciding on a new strategy. but author, bob woodward, told diane sawyer, mr. obama was getting only one option from the military leaders. committing at least 40,000 troops. >> at one of the meetings, if i can quote him directly, he says, i'm pissed. and he is. they keep coming back about details. >> reporter: finally, the president grew so frustrated, he sat down and dictated a six-page document, defining the military mission. a mission he said required significantly fewer troops than the 40,000 minimum the military wanted. >> i have determined that it is in our vital national interest, to send a
said to be targeting a number of countries including the usa. and for it part, the u.s. has ramped up missile strikes over militant training grounds in pakistan. we have two reports on all of this tonight from our senior team, beginning right here with chief investigative correspondent brian ross. brian? >> reporter: diane, what's behind all this is what a senior u.s. and european officials tell us is a credible threat of a major coordinated series of attacks in britain, france and possibly the u.s. the official said no specific time or place was known, but that the plan -- involving commando like attacks against economic targets in europe -- had been detected after the capture this summer of a radicalized german muslim who reportedly had been training with teams of others in pakistan for the attacks. now a worldwide manhunt is underway. among those being sought are a group of other radicalized germans who have been training at terror camps in pakistan, producing videos in german to gain more recruits. german officials say some of the recruits actually came from the same mosque in ham
house war room. he'll join us live this morning. >> i know you're looking forward to sitting down with him. >>> also, a new government study out this morning of what women earn in the workplace. more women are working in management. but have they closed the pay gap with men. the numbers are out. >>> we begin with the two developing stories this morning. martha raddatz is standing by in washington on the missile strikes. let's go right to jake tapper, traveling with president obama, in new mexico, who broke the news on his chief of staff last night. looks like it's going to happen this week, right, j >> reporter: that's right, robin. although no final official decision has been made because of family considerations, white house officials expect a final announcement on friday. rahm emanuel has never been coy about being at the head of the city with shoulders. >> one day, i would like to run for mayor, of the city of chicago. that's always been an ambition of mine. >> reporter: with richard daley's announced exit, chicago democrats began angling to replace him. putting pressure on em
have to give us adequate time to get to the floor so we can respond to the bills and i am recognized and am making a statement because i'm really upset. this is the way the majority has been running the congress, mr. speaker. . you wonder why the american people are upset with majority is because of this. if you don't give adequate notice to the ranking member to be to the floor on bills, people are going to know. you know they are going to know? because i'm going to tell the story. rules matter around this place. now, let me go back to the first bill. the only reason i want to mention this is because i want to thank, you just passed it, we are going to do it by voice, let me tell you what's upsetting. it's the parliamentarian. from the time you drop that bill and the parliamentarian makes sure it gets to the jurisdictions. some might get amended and some other committee thinks they want a view on it. what happens is the majority not giving a doggone about the minority puts bills on this floor no matter what they do so long it's in comfort with someone else. they don't care about the
at the white house just over three weeks ago. a state department official said today the u.s. was disappointed that israel allowed the building moratorium to expire. u.s. official middle east envoy george mitchell heads back to the region tomorrow with stops in israel and ramallah. both sides have accepted an invitation to resume talks in paris next month. >> ifill: for more on what's holding these talks together so far, we turn to ghaith al-omari, the advocacy director for the american task force on palestine, and a former advisor to president abbas. and david makovsky, senior fellow at the washington institute for near east policy and the co-author of "myths, illusions, and peace." for let's talk about myths, illusions and peace, gait al on ari. what happened today. why didn't the palestinians walk away from the table as they promised they would if the settlements were not frozen. >> because they realized that the price of walking out from the talks is very high s very high from a domestic strategic perspective. ultimately they have no choice. and if you want to get a palestinian state the o
explore ration themselves and that's a big change. the internship coordinator and all of us help them do that, but it's really their job to do the cold cobs, to find out what they do at their jobs, the job shadowing and finally mind a mentor and move into that. we expect that to happen at around the ninth week based on what's happening so far. >> there's something i loved last year that the students took the initiative, and the staff helped them write scripts. we're doing this work with the buchanan ymca and j.v.c. in terms of this school program. are we able to do some professional development so there's a level of consistency. i think it would be great if there's a level of consistencey? >> i think that's a great idea. i think we could certainly do that. we're certainly available to do some professional development from our sight as the matt west site has done for us. absolutely. >> any of you familiar with the europe program? >> i just want to say that having had a lot of exposure to working with young people in that program, i think that they do an outstanding job of getting young ad
they want to hear. and i know that it's, we say, give it to us straight, tell us exactly what you think. we want to know what we have to do. no, what most want, they want another diet of hot fudge sundays. >>neil: larry, here is where we might have a parting of the ways. a lot of folks are willing to take their pound of flesh if they know others are, as well. and it, if all programs are on the chopping block and addressed and we have to be on talking about paying more for the same poor government and now it is spending and looking at what chris chris christie is looking at in new jersey, he could have done tax hikes but he is doing cuts and the jury is out if that works but people in new jersey were open and the folks who were getting gored so i wonder if maybe the prospect for my suggestions are looking rosy? >>guest: anything is possible. i have seen strange people elected. there is a possibilities for you there. just kidding, just kidding. look, the long and short is this: let's hope you are right. if we are ever going to do anything about the $12 trillion deficit headed up to $1 trilli
endorsement. here with us a author of 2010 take back america, dick morris. welcome back, good to see you. you are in pennsylvania toomey still up by eight points there. wisconsin, pennsylvania, ohio, certainly a bellwether for what we can expect in 36 days? >> absolutely. i'm here in pennsylvania. i was campaigning for kim burns who lost the special election to critz for murtha's seat now he's five points ahead. i think in pennsylvania we will pick up six additional house seats. i think burns will win. bar let toe will defeat juror ski. argyle will defeat holden. we are looking at a wipe out of the democratic establishment in this state. all over the country. what i just did is i counted in all the public polls, how many districts a republican challenger is leading a democratic incumbent. 54, the same total we won in '94. there are another 19 where the democrat is under 50 and the republicans within five points. that is 73 seats, sean. >> sean: you think this could be -- look, i'm more cautiously optimistic than you. i don't want to dampen people's enthusiasm, as if i could. i think the inten
kept us from going into a great depression. rahm has been the right arm of the president. >> he's known as a pragmatist, a level-headed guy. why wouldn't you want to be mayor of chicago as opposed to staying in washington. there's so much more political longevity in chicago. you can stay politically active there even after you die so it's a great retirement system. but it's going to be interesting to see who he is replaced with. if he's replaced with an idealog it will move them to the left. if he's replaced with someone of stature, in there but they need another rahm. >> what about -- what is going on behind the scenes at the white house? is there an exodus? david axelrod is leaving to start to run campaign. we've had other high-profile people leaving. summers leaving. what's going on? is this the normal course of events? >> absolutely. >> the average tenure for a senior white house official is 18 months and we're past that 18-month mark already. it's always the case that at two years, people turn around and i think it's good. good for the house. for any white house. i think the presid
political favors so do not call him mr. mayor yet. >>shepard: if he decides to run tell us what will happen. >>reporter: the frontrunner to replace him is peter rouse who takes over as interim chief and for a number of reasons the president might not be in a real hurry to replace him. the two go way back, the president hired rouse to be his senate chief of staff in 2004 and rouse is part of the inner circle that planned mr. obama's run for the white house. and he also has a history of working with members of congress. he was daschle's chief of stamp for -- staff for 20 years. >>shepard: great to see you. and we will talk about rahm emanuel's expected departure and what it meepz for the white house with the cofounder and executive director of www.realclearpolitics.com. and the ultimate reality show, and the united states is wanting very closely the north korean dictator kim chong-il as he promotes his third son to the rank of four star general. in doing so ahead of the nuclear armed nation's biggest political gathering in three decades. this is a new picture of his son. people in the north k
customer choice, improving convenience, ease of use, and developing that personal relationship with customers >>with handheld media devices being the "must have" gadget this season, is the e-book market about to turn a new page? >>we started with e-readers about two years and a half ago; we started with only five products...andnow we have 25 so we have a lot more choices for the customer. >> abirached: hello and welcome. i'm raya abirached and this is world business, your weekly insightinto the global business trends shaping our lives. multi-ethnic malaysia is often regarded as a model of racial harmony. but living in relative harmony is a lot different than enjoying national unity. that's something the country's prime minister is trying to bring about with his policy dubbed 1malaysia -- something he sees as vital not only to the country's social cohesion but also to its economic future. >>reporter: malaysia day. it marks the date in 1963 when the states of sarawak and sabah on the island of borneo joined with malaya to form the federation of malaysia. >>reporter: it was made a
, e-mail us tonight. from new york, good night america. america. >> president obama tries to fire up a youth vote five weeks ahead of the november mid terms and brit hume tells about a new and risky strategy by the white house to pump out the turnout and ramps up endeavors to kill ill m tennants inside afghanistan. who they are. and live from the studio in washington. this is special report the. good evening, i'm bret baier. the white house decided that youth must be served and democrats must be shamed. we have fox team coverage of the administration's latest push for the mid terms. brit hume has analysis of democratic leaders tough love for democratic voters. we begin with wendell goler on the latest efforts to overcome what's being called the enthusiasm gap. >> in a back yard economy discussion in albuquerque, president obama showed a glimpse of frustration in the fall elections. >> that's choices are going to mean something and you've got to ask yourself what direction do i want this country to go in. >> across the country at penn state university, vice-president biden was all, bu
not less. but let's use this as a learning opportunity, don't shut them down, let them speak, but what is the message and who is involved, not speculation, not future news, from them, who is involved and who are they proud to stand next to. find out, maybe more than you want to know, next. hello america. i-- i'm glad you're here tonight. i want to have a conversation with you, but i want to have a reasoned conversation because quite honestly, i feel stupid when i say communist, a few years ago, i didn't think that-- i wouldn't have believed half of this stuff. i don't want to believe it now. during the election 2008 some people were questioning whether or not barack obama were a socialist. there were some strong evidence, his past association and his own words. >> i think that there was a tendency to lose track of the political and community organizing and activities on the ground that are able to put together the actual coalitions of power through which you bring about redistributed change. everybody's so tense that business is bad for everybody. i think when you spread the wealth aro
. the fishing boat sank. last year, chinese vessels surrounded a u.s. navy research ship and blocked its way to the south china sea. the you state decided to become even more vial janet. vial intelligent. it dispacted an aircraft carrier to vietnam, the first political contact between the two countries since the vietnam war. it deployed an unmanned surveillance aircraft in guam. the high-tech drone can cover the whole china sea. >> americans realize that to have an enduring strategy for a peaceful and prosperous asia, you you need to have a strong relationship with asean. and that does have to do with china. >> china is boosting its military presence in the east asian seas. both the united states and asean are keen to contain any possible threat as for the fight over the senkaku islands, the focus of public attention has now shifted to what the japanese government will do next. >>> foreign minister, seiji maehara has urged naoto kan to insure the safety of four japanese nationals detained in the country. the minister summoned the chinese ambassador on monday. he requested that japanese diplo
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